Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop – Mountain Air & Country Club

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Welcome to the Artisan Blog Hop for April where we are showcasing the Mountain Air Bundle and Country Club Suite. Most masculine cards can often be cards people will say they find more difficult to make but don’t worry we have a whole load of inspiration and ideas to help.

This technique was inspired by a beautiful card made by the talented Susan Wong a few years ago and it has stayed in my mind. I love water colouring so much and this dripping technique was so much fun to platy with and easy to make with any colours you have in your stash.

All the cards were stamped on to Shimmery White Cardstock using Versamark and Black Embossing powder. Once embossed I have then added some water to the mountains and dropped on some Bermuda Bay ink and then tilted the card to let this drip down.

I think this sentiment is great and even more appropriate at the current time. The colour on this card is Granny Apple Green.

The sentiment on this one was embossing in White on Basic Black Cardstock & the layer and ink is Gorgeous Grape

Make sure you hop on around to the rest of the Artisan Design Team who have knocked these suites out of the park (wrong sport I know! lol)

I am now sending you over to the wonderful Helene – Enjoy the hop, and stay safe!

If you live in the UK, I would love you to choose me as your demonstrator. If you would like to purchase any of these products you can click on the Shop Now button or by clicking on any of the images below. Alternatively you can also contact me by email. Please be sure to use the monthly code and I’ll send a little something out to you the following month to say Thank You!

Artisan Design Team Blog Roll 

Caroline van der Straaten 
Emma Goddard << You are here
Helene den Breejen 
Jan Clothier 
Lauren Alarid
Leah Fedynak 
Manuela Geiswinkler 
Marine Wiplier 
Martha Groger
Martin Stone
Narelle Farrugia
Nina Waldschmidt 
Rochelle Blok
Stesha Bloodhart
Tammy Wilson 
Zsuzsanna Balazs 


  1. Emma, I’ve not seen this dripping technique before and it looks amazing! The contrast between the dark images and bright colour is just gorgeous!

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